Los Angeles

Dog Film Festival Los Angeles Returns on August 5th, 2017

Are you aware of the Dog Film Festival Los Angeles? I attend last year’s festival and partook in two great events, the first being an afternoon tea party (hosted by Melissa Rivers) at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital and the film festival at the Crest Theater in Westwood. Cardiff, Phil, Vador, and I had […]

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Join Me at the 2016 Dog Film Festival Los Angeles

Are you a canine aficionado? If so please join Cardiff and me at the Dog Film Festival’s inaugural event in Los Angeles on June 4th and 5th, 2016. Tracie Hotchner, my Holistic Vets cohost on Radio Pet Lady Network, launched the Dog Film Festival in New York City in 2016 and now Los Angeles plays host […]

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Cat People and Cool Products on Display at CatConLA

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This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News column on Pet360.com as Cat People and Cool Products on Display at CatConLA. Being a CatConLA virgin, I was psyched to learn that I was available to attend and provide coverage for my Pet-Lebrity News column.  Additionally, I had a fellow pet-media pal, feline behaviorist Daniel […]

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Vote for Cardiff to Marry Baby Hope Diamond in the Fairy Tail Wedding of the Century

Cardiff and a Painting by Los Angeles Artist Joan Tucker

Dear friends, family, and pet loving people worldwide, I have been nominated to take part in the Fairy Tail Wedding of the Century. My potential bride to be is Baby Hope Diamond, who recently found a new forever home with animal rescue advocate, author, and founder and editor of Animal Fair magazine, Wendy Diamond. As […]

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Binky LaRue Overcomes Adversity and Shows Skills on Her High Tech Wheels

Binky LaRue Takes Flight on Her High Tech Wheels

  This article originally appeared on Dr Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on petMD. “Pawdicapped,” disabled, mobility challenged; whatever term you apply to a person or pet lacking the normal ability to physically ambulate doesn’t really matter. More important is the practice of respect applied to these special individuals and the recognition of the lessons they teach […]

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